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Rackets Cubed

Rackets Cubed programmes offer racket sports, education (STEM) and nutrition programmes for inner city children in areas of high disadvantage @racketscubed

Rackets Cubed programmes are currently restarting for the autumn term. The last year has seen a lot of change, but the team has done exceptionally well and we are experiencing an increased need for community initiatives.

We expect winter 2021 to be tough and rapidly changing and we will remain adaptable as COVID cases are rising, there is significant economic dislocation coming (Universal Credit cuts, gas and electricity price increases, end of furloughing, more aggressive council tax and rent collection, national insurance increases etc.)

Click the links for media coverage and more information on various initiatives:

Community Week Schools Event at the Club –
Community Week Young People Video –
Community Week Overview –
Community Box –

Updates on initiatives – September 2021:  

1. Rackets Cubed programmes have re-started and are seeing a lot of interest. The Roehampton area remains our ‘heart’ and we hope to launch five to eight programmes over the coming weeks.

Confirmed hosts are Roehampton Club, LTA/ NTC, Roehampton University and hopefully, Ibstock School Schools taking part are Sacred Heart, Heathmere, Alton, Grannard and East Sheen primary while we are in discussions with several new sites in Wandsworth and Merton.

2. Roehampton / Queenstown Road Community Box programmes

  • Hubs in Roehampton and at Griffin Primary School (Queenstown Road) are seeing an increase in need and are expanding
  • Roehampton Hub is now located at 166 Roehampton Lane and has a local manager running it.

3. Roehampton Community Week programme was a huge success with over 50 groups involved and 40 projects. We raised £100k in total – £60k cash, and £40k in contribution in kind. There was significant engagement (and funding support) with important local partners – Wandsworth Council, Roehampton University, Roehampton Club, AELTC, Ibstock Place School, Parish Trust and we are investing heavily into developing the community capacity and cohesion in the Roehampton area. Work is going on to encourage partnership working between community groups to maximise impact.

4. In- School Delivery programme took place throughout the summer term at ten schools and it was our schools the LTA / NTC used as part of the BBC / Sky media events post Emma Raducanu success.

If you would like to get involved with Racquets Cubed or find out what they can do for you, go to

Roehampton Partnership